Monitoring and Evaluating a Bioretention Filter Enhanced with Zero-Valent Iron and Biochar

Ryan Mahon
Stormwater has become an increasing point of concern in water pollution. Non-point source pollution caused by runoff is one of the largest polluters to waterways, such as the Chesapeake Bay. The EPA and DEQ have created Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) for the Bay watershed to protect it from high pollutant levels. To comply with state and local TMDLs, increased runoff treatment is necessary. An existing bioretention system in Charlottesville, Virginia, was enhanced with zero-valent...
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